Monastery Of San Jeronimo De GranadaCurrently Closed
- Address: Calle Rector López Argueta, 9, 18001 Granada, Spain
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:30 pm Details
- Phone: +34-958279337
- Ticket Price: 4 EUR
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Family And Kids, Monastery
Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada - Review
The Saint Jerome Monastery is a Roman Catholic church in Granada and is cherished for its Renaissance architecture. The architect in charge of the church was the sculptor Diego de Siloé who designed the stunning alter with statues and paintings that cover the space from the floor to the ceiling.
The art-work is the highlight of the Monastery with Moorish influences, murals and rare paintings that represent various biblical stories.
Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada Ticket Prices
- Admission: Euros 4 per person. Direct sale at the ticket office of the monument itself.
How To reach Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada by Public Transport
- By Bus: San Juan de Dios 7
- By Taxi
- On Foot
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5.39% of people who visit Granada include Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada in their plan
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Monastery Of San Jeronimo De Granada, Granada Reviews
There's a surprise in the chapel if you don't do your research beforehand. A beautiful serene place with a true sense of peace.
Don't miss this exquisite off the beaten path spot. Breathtaking frescoed and ornate interior.
Wonderful mix of austere monastic setting with rich baroque church interiors. As one enters, there isnt much to see -- an orange grove in the courtyard, a number of reflection rooms with spartan furniture and some interesting paintings. But the end reveals the wonderful church. 4 euros. Closed for siesta between 130pm to 4pm on weekdays.
I've been to many monasteries & is really hard to find anything to top Lisbon's. The actual chapel is interesting fue it's intrinsic design. The monetary on its own is not tgat interesting.
Extraordinary and incredible monastery. O recommend it to people who love art